RAFAEL'S SUITABLE BRIDE
Christina's content with her life running a flower shop and coaching girls’ soccer, but when Rafael Rocchi offers her a lift to a mutual friend's wedding, she soon realizes that she's fallen in love with a man who has no interest in such things. Rafael would be better suited to a tall, thin, glamorous woman, not her. When Rafael proposes marriage, is it true love, or has he just found a suitable bride who won't cause him any trouble?
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|Price||$3.99 / $5.99|
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- So Worth the Money 5
- flyflip87 11/30/2015 1 people found the following review helpful
I love this so much. I wasn't sure what to think of the Rafael when he was in the party and all the women flocked to him. I just thought this was going to be the same playboy rich guy scene. But he had some depth into his back story and why he is who he is today. Christina has her own life. she is the typical heroine who has the job she loves and a full day of things to do yet still waiting for Mr. Right to show up. At first I thought this would be boring, but after their first date went better than either of them thought, some mis-understandings of their relationship and a few jealous moments with other people, things were getting interesting by the page. Really enjoyed the the second half of the story, a really good emotional reconciliation scene and epilogue. I don't mind it being only 129 pages. It's worth every page read.
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